COVID-19 UPDATE

In compliance with the emergency order of Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins, all guests, staff, and volunteers must wear face masks for the duration of their visit. We ask that all guests social distance at least 6 feet apart while in the Museum.

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TELLING A UNIQUELY HUMAN STORY.

The Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum tells the story of the Holocaust, the emergence of international human rights following the war, and the development of human and civil rights in America.

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Upstander

/upstander/

Noun

1. Stands up for other people and their rights.

2. Combats injustice, inequality, or unfairness.

3. Sees something wrong and works to make it right.

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Featured Event

Lunch & Learn - Highlights from the Archives: The 1936 Olympics

Thursday, December 2 • 12:00 p.m.

Join us in-person for an exclusive look at photographs and negatives of the 1936 Berlin Olympics housed in the Museum’s collection.

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An Immersive, Interactive Journey Unlike Any Other

Please join us for a visit. Unforgettable doesn't begin to describe the experience.